After an already struggling Haiti was hit with a powerful 7.0 earthquake in mid-January, the international community took great interest in the country and in helping Haitians with the long road to recovery.
CBN's Operation Blessing responded by sending food and supplies to quake victims. The charity's medical doctors and water filtration systems also provided Haitians with desperately needed treatment and clean drinking water.
Still, poor living conditions made fighting disease a difficult task. Later this year, Haiti's earthquake survivors found themselves battling a wide-spread cholera outbreak. Within weeks, the deadly water-borne disease had claimed the lives of thousands.
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